Porchlight’s ‘Double Trouble’ Creaks with Old-School Charm


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Alexander and Adrian Aguilar harmonize in Porchlight’s “Double Trouble”

Donald and Gene. Bing and Danny. Adrian and Alexander.

What do these three pairs have in common? Why, they’re vintage sweater vest-sportin’, Brilliantine in the hair-wearnin’, singin’ and dancin’ duos who charm with their smooth moves and crooning tunes. They all have a song at the ready to express their new-found love, and it often involves a soft shoe shuffle and sometimes a broom or an umbrella dancing partner.

While Donald (O’Connor), Gene (Kelly), Bing (Crosby) and Danny (Kaye) are household names and beloved musical comedy pairs, Adrienne and Alexander aren’t familiar outside of Chicago’s tight-knit theatre community. At least, not yet.

Yes, Double Trouble is a charming and creaky (sometimes noisily so) two-hander musical comedy that celebrates sibling revelry. A labor of love by brother duo Bob and Jim Walton, Porchlight’s snappy production features winning performances from Adrian and Alexander Aguilar — each accomplished musical actors who steadily work across the city. Read the full review on HuffPo >

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